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Deadlifting Secrets 101
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Written on August 30, 2005 at 4:52 pm, by Eric Cressey
In Part I, we discussed how your body type can hinder you on certain lifts while making you an absolute stud on others. We also covered how your body type can influence the way you should be training to maximize your performance in the squat.
Here in Part II, our goal is to take the guesswork out of bench and deadlift training and, in the process, take your total to an all-time high!
Written on August 29, 2005 at 4:50 pm, by Eric Cressey
“I suck at squatting because I’m too skinny!”
“My bench is weak because of my long arms!”
“My deadlift will never go up. I’m just not built to pull heavy!”
Ever hear a training partner utter one of these lines? Or, worse yet, have you ever said these things yourself? If so, we’re here to give you a fresh outlook on ways to improve your lifts.
Biomechanics buffs like us are always looking for scientifically applicable ways to improve our lifting. In this article, we’re going to give you some new insights as to possible areas of weakness, as well as ways to address these weaknesses to take you to newfound levels of strength and performance!
Written on August 10, 2005 at 2:48 pm, by Eric Cressey
Just being strong isn’t enough; you need to be strong for your size, too. Make no mistake about it, training for strength without markedly increasing body weight is a lot more challenging than just focusing on absolute strength.
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